Plant adoption center launched in Poland

The society is becoming more humane, and the first plant adoption center has been launched in Poland.
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The center is located in Kraków, and people can leave there any plant they no longer need at home. Aleksandra Rzońca, the director of the Galeria Bronowice shopping mall, urged residents of the city to bring plants that need a new home to the center. People can not only leave plants there, but also take any plant they like. Adoption and handover are free.
As previously reported, a bunch of Ruby Roman grapes was sold at an auction for record 1.2 million yen, or more than $11,000. The buyer explained why he offered such a price: the grapes are expensive since the breed came to market 12 years ago. About 26,000 bunches are expected to be sold this year.

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